Viral: This Woman Charges Rs 2 Lakh To Cover A Saree For All Celebrities; know everything about her

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Dolly Jain is the saree draping artist, and she used to despise draping sarees after her marriage.

Have you ever heard that someone can charge you between Rs 35,000 and Rs 2 lakh just for covering a sari? Yes, you read it right. This viral post has recently produced a lot of discussion on all social media platforms. Remember Natasha Poonawalla’s Met Gala look? You were right if you assumed it must have been hard getting her to don that tulle sari and Schiaparelli bustier. Remember Alia Bhatt’s wedding dress and Katrina Kaif’s bridal lehenga? Both were created by this lady.

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Dolly Jain is the saree draping artist, and she used to despise draping sarees after her marriage. But she later married into a family where she had to wear sarees every day, and it took her at least 45 minutes to cover a sari every morning.

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So she convinced her mother-in-law to let her wear kurtas, but guess what? Dolly eventually developed a taste for sarees. Interestingly, she later found out that ladies of all ages were ditching sarees in favor of dresses, so Ella Dolly decided to put saree on the world map and make it her calling. Dolly Jain, the one and only, now knows how to cover a sari in 325 different ways.

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According to the Firstpost report, Dolly stated that “the sari is the only piece of clothing that you can experiment with in so many ways.” You can combine it with denim, a skirt or a petticoat; The possibilities are endless. There is also the benefit of being passed down from your grandmother or mother, as when you buy a saree from a market or from a designer, you know that you are not the only one. However, when they become heirlooms, they become unique and special.”

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Dolly further said that the draping artist said the other brides she designs aren’t sure what look they want. “Her benchmark of hers is celebrity brides’ wedding looks, so if I did Katrina’s wedding, these other brides would buy a Sabya lehenga and tell me I wanted to look like Katrina.” That’s the problem; you can’t look like someone; you can follow them, allude to them, but you can’t declare: “This is what I want”, because you have your own personality, and that is what others perceive.

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Dolly, on the other hand, prefers to cover her sarees specifically for photo shoots. This is because draping sarees for photo shoots allows you to experiment with her style. “You can have fun and create magic out of it, because there’s no one to tell you that this is what I want, and all that,” Dolly commented later when told she also covered sarees for men, and if she had to Summing up his entire life experience in one word, he said: “Amazing”.

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